A Creative New Concept: Pixel Site AustraliaSimplified.com Uses Facebook as a Social Networking Tool

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The site raising eyebrows (http://www.australiasimplified.com) has stepped up the pixel advertising phase by using pixels which link to Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn and has now sold over 85,000 pixels across a number of grids.

It is the 'Just for fun' section of the site which promises to potentially become a big hit in this era of social networking and that many have found interesting as it combines the recent pixel advertising concept with a persons Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn profiles.

The site is designed to significantly increase a person's network of friends by having a photo uploaded on to the grid along with a comment of their choice. Once clicked on, the photo automatically links to the persons profile on Facebook or MySpace where a request can be made to be added as a friend. Advertiser logon is provided to pixel advertisers where photos or comments can be changed freely.

As with most pixel sites, this one also consists with a blog section with site owner comments, however, it is the 'Pixel List' section which may prove handy where advertisers can monitor how many times their adverts have been clicked on.

The creator of the site, 26-year-old father of two, Nadir Dlalati, states that the site was set up for two main reasons; to give more back to the country by donating half a million dollars to charity once pixels across four grids have been sold and to find a way of being able to spend more quality time with the family.

"No longer will you need to spend hour after hour looking for contacts, just upload your photo and wait for locals or even people across the world to request to become your friend. It's also another great way to advertise a Facebook group and have people join it if you have one set up. In due course, the aim is that this site will become one of the most commonly known sites to increase both your network of friends and your popularity." (http://www.australiasimplified.com/About.php)


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